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package in Trade topic

packagepackage2 verb [transitive]  1 TOGETHER (also package up) to put food or other goods into a bag, box etc ready to be sold or sent The code informs us where and when a product was packaged. The videos were packaged up, ready for distribution. Grammar Package is usually passive in this meaning.2 BBTto prepare something for sale, especially by making it attractive or interesting to a particular group of people They try to package their product to give it mass appeal.→ See Verb table
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packageMr Prescott's capacity for saying what he thinks and his somewhat abrasive manner are evidently not qualities that are easily packaged.And all the time there were the escalating costs for handling, packaging and processing the wastes at the Sellafield complex.The cocaine was already packaged and ready to be shipped to the U.S.Martin's manager had packaged him to appeal to teenage girls.The 316s is packaged in CompuAdd's low-profile systems unit.Users would not need to buy packaged software, nor would they have to learn programs and operating systems.